Corporate Citizenship Blog

Corporate Citizenship Conference Recap Day 3: Breakout Sessions

Posted by Patricia MacKenzie, Director of Marketing & Communications on Apr 22, 2015 11:00:00 AM

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On Tuesday, April 21, the final day of the 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference, the learning continued with more breakout sessions throughout the day. Heads filled with new ideas and inspiration from the day before, conference attendees had the chance to attend two additional breakout sessions before heading back to put what they learned into action.

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Topics: Conference

Corporate Citizenship Conference Recap Day 3: A Future-Focused Finale

Posted by Patricia MacKenzie, Director of Marketing & Communications on Apr 21, 2015 4:19:24 PM

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The final day of the 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference was rich with inspiration and ideas, as attendees solidified connections, learned from each other and from experts in the field, and were introduced to next year’s Conference sponsor—UPS—during the event’s closing session.

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Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Professional Development, CSR, Conference, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship

Corporate Citizenship Conference Recap Day 2: Embracing the Future and Finding Simplicity

Posted by Patricia MacKenzie, Director of Marketing & Communications on Apr 20, 2015 10:51:52 PM

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With an agenda packed from dawn to dusk, day two of the 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference was full of learning and networking—we even managed to network while getting some exercise! Highlights included an in-depth one-on-one with Dell Chairman and CEO Michael Dell, an on-site volunteer project benefiting Austin middle-schoolers, and more than 15 other sessions tackling subjects ranging from engaging veterans to navigating the reporting landscape.

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Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Professional Development, CSR, Conference, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship

Corporate Citizenship Conference Recap Day 2 : Breakout Sessions

Posted by Patricia MacKenzie, Director of Marketing & Communications on Apr 20, 2015 8:46:00 PM

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So many breakouts, which ones to choose?

As with any good conference, the most difficult decision—other than how full to fill your plate at the buffet line—is typically which sessions to attend. With up to seven sessions happening concurrently, it can be a tough choice. Breakout sessions on Monday at the 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference covered such topics as engaging veterans, transparency and governance, and engaging today's multi-generational workforce.

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Topics: Reporting, Conference, Employee Engagement

Corporate Citizenship Conference Recap Day 1: Exploring and Celebrating the Digital Age

Posted by Patricia MacKenzie, Director of Marketing & Communications on Apr 19, 2015 10:18:54 PM

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The first day of the 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference was packed with insights, discussion, and collaboration, as CSR professionals from around the world came together to network, share stories, and learn from each other—and from experts in the field. While it was a day of growth and exploration, it was also a day of celebration, as UPS and Mary Kay were both awarded the top prize for the 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Film Festival. 

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Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Professional Development, Conference, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship

2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference begins tomorrow in Austin

Posted by Patricia MacKenzie, Director of Marketing & Communications on Apr 18, 2015 3:46:21 PM

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Every year, the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship gathers CSR leaders from around the globe for our International Corporate Citizenship Conference. Drawing experts from our more than 400 Member companies, leading corporate citizenship and management thinkers, and organizations such as the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and CDP, we create unique space—one that admits corporate citizenship practitioners only—for the free exchange of ideas.

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Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Professional Development, Conference

MassMutual challenges students to plan for the future

Posted by Colleen Olphert, Director, Membership and Member Services on Apr 15, 2015 1:48:57 PM

MassMutual-FutureSmartHere at the Center, we spend a lot of time thinking about how our members can make the good work they do in CSR go even further. We scan research publications in the management and social sciences disciplines related to corporate citizenship, work with some of the top thinkers in the field, and conduct our own research to provide our more than 400 members with the insights that help drive business and social value.

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Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Partnerships, Community Involvement

A Winning Mindset for Your Corporate Citizenship Journey

Posted by Nikki Korn on Apr 8, 2015 2:56:00 PM

Winning-Mindset-for-Corporate-CitizenshipLet's be honest—every day we wake up with a different level of energy and patience to think big and manage our corporate citizenship efforts. We each juggle the need to be strategists, issue area experts, catalysts for internal and external action, and practical leaders about what we can accomplish. This process is not easy and requires a lot more than caffeine.

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Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Conference

Corporate Citizenship in Action: Ready to LAUNCH with Nike

Posted by Colleen Olphert, Director, Membership and Member Services on Apr 2, 2015 12:27:00 PM

MemberSpotLight_Nike_20150327The following is excerpted from the most recent issue of The Corporate Citizen, the Center’s biannual magazine. 

Setting audacious long-term goals and working toward them is the central challenge of every business. One of the challenges for high-performing companies is creating evolutionary goals that are based on a vision for a sustainable future.Tweet: A key challenge for companies is creating evolutionary goals that are based on a vision for a #sustainable future.  http://bit.ly/1MbQdBF

Addressing Boston College’s CEO Club in May 2014, Mark Parker, president and chief executive officer of NIKE, Inc., shared the company’s evolutionary process: “We wanted a mission statement and a set of values and guiding principles that were really true to the spirit of the company—that were forward-looking, aspirational, and something that employees would actually reference and use in their work.”

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Topics: Corporate Citizenship, Environmental Sustainability, Sustainability, Management Practices

Achieving corporate citizenship progress together

Posted by Katherine V. Smith, Executive Director on Apr 2, 2015 11:25:00 AM

"Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success." - Henry Ford

Corporate_Citizenship_Grow_Goals_KVSblogSpring is a time of transition. Here in Boston, we at the Center are beginning to feel the sense of possibility that accompanies the season. Throughout this long winter, corporate citizenship practitioners have kept their noses to the grindstone, and have continued to accomplish remarkable goals. Now, with the new season, it’s time to step back and take stock of where we are in this field, what we hope to accomplish, and how we plan to get there together.

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Topics: Business Perspectives, Corporate Citizenship, Management Practices

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